Our in-house team of wildlife biologists, GIS specialists, and wildlife control experts is available to ensure proper data collection and analysis, drafting clear and concise reports for our clients.
Our team of highly educated and experienced staff has performed some of the most complex wildlife risk assessment studies in North America.
FES has developed unique software programs to manage wildlife interventions, help airfield managers for runway management, or to visually analyse bird hazard risks. Three software solutions to help airports increase aircraft safety.
Customized professional training programs in wildlife management are available for wildlife control professionals, and for staff, managers and executives of both civil and military airports, to enable them to better understand and mitigate risks posed by wildlife.
With over 20 years’ experience, Falcon Environmental Services (FES) is a North American leader in the field of effective ecological control and management of nuisance wildlife on airports and landfill sites.
This unique expertise extends to related services such as environmental consultation, specialized training, and expert-counsel. Other activities also include the development of educational outreach programs as well as participating in endangered wildlife conservation efforts.
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Our clients include large industries, civil and military airports, landfill sites, government agencies as well as agricultural and leisure companies.
The company was founded in 1989 and has offices in Canada and the United States.
The emblem of Falcon Environmental Services, inc. is the majestic Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus); the most spectacular aerial hunter alive, well known for its speed and powerful flight.
Our goal is to provide airports and landfills with the most up-to-date, effective and environmentally-friendly wildlife hazard management solutions possible. Our strategy is to work with our clients as a team and deliver world-class services.
FES is a fast growing company and one of the very few to offer wildlife biology and falconry related employment. We are often looking for motivated and dynamic people to join us.
When a position is available, it will be posted on this site.
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At FES caring for our customers includes caring for our employees, our community and the environment. In this regard, steps are taken to improve quality of life for our employees, our community, and the environment.
FES is a great place to work. We consider our expertise unique and aim to offer employees a chance to work in a wildlife related job in the best environment possible.
FES is a responsible corporate partner that recognizes the costs of doing business. Apart from providing aviation safety, we also help the community with our outreach programs. Whether it is to help sponsor an event or have our team members (human and avian) available for fundraising events, children’s groups, schools, and other social activities, FES is proud to participate. Being up-close to a wild bird is an experience in itself that many appreciate.
We help nature by closely examining all of our practices and activities and whenever we can, making changes that will best serve the environment. FES is a wildlife related company founded on a passion for an extraordinary group of animals, birds of prey. We give back to these remarkable birds by participating in conservation efforts with our expertise and materials.
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We will be there ! Airports Council of Quebec will held its 14th annual conference under the theme ”...3 October 2014
The 14.10 release of the Canadian Procedures Manual for NOTAM is available on the website of NAV Canada for...3 October 2014
Next week, on October 5-7 , the Airport Management Council of Ontario (AMCO)’s 29th annual convention and 17th annual…3 October 2014
The Second Biannual Canadian Birdstrike Workshop will be held October 8 and 9, 2014 in Ingersol, Ontario, Canada.3 October 2014